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    Roy Lichtenstein

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    Roy Lichtenstein was born on October 27 1923 and died September 29 1997. He was an American pop artist. During the 1960s‚ his paintings were exhibited at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York City and‚ along with Andy Warhol‚ Jasper Johns‚ James Rosenquist‚ and others. He became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work defined the basic foundation of pop art better than any other through parody. Favoring the old-fashioned comic strip as subject matter‚ Lichtenstein produced hard-edged

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    Roy Lichtenstein is one of the two most recognized names in Pop Art (Andy Warhol being the other). He is best known for his paintings of what appear to be machine-printed comic strips‚ although he was also fond of depicting advertisements- Roy Lichtenstein (American‚ 1923-1997) The Kiss‚ 1962 Oil on canvas 80 x 68 in. Private Collection of Paul G. Allen Image © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein Private Collection of Paul G. Allen Image © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein (pronounced /ˈlɪktənˌstaɪn/;

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    ROY LICHTENSTEIN In the city of New York a future artist was born. Roy Lichtenstein. He was brought up in a middle class Jewish family. His father was a real estate broker named Milton and his mother‚ Beatrice Werner‚ was a homemaker. His interest in art started as a hobby in school. In 1939‚ when he was in his last year of school he went to summer classes at the Art Students League of New York. Under the Tutelage of Reginald Marsh he worked and improved in his artistic skills. Roy Lichtenstein

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    Drowning Girl‚ Roy Lichtenstein Roy Lichtenstein was an America Pop Artist. He was born on October 27th‚ 1923 and grew up in into an upper class family in Manhattan‚ New York. After graduating‚ Lichtenstein studied briefly at the Art Students League then enrolled at Ohio State University. He was forced to leave and during 1943 and 1946‚ he joined the army then returned to Ohio State and got a masters degree in teaching. After a few years in teaching‚ Lichtenstein was influenced by one of his students

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    Lichtenstein The colours used are pretty bold‚ consisting of blue‚ black‚ white‚ red and yellow and shows a high contrast of shading used for the foreground depiction of the plane. It is of a comic-like sort and is using the ‘Ben-Day Dots’ technique‚ named after illustrator and printer – Benjamin Day. Depending on the effect‚ colour and optical illusion needed‚ small coloured dots are closely-spaced‚ widely-spaced or overlapping. Magenta dots‚ for example‚ are widely-spaced to create pink. 1950s

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    A2 Art Essay: Why was the work of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein immediately popular in the 1960’s? Roy Lichtenstein rapidly became popular in the 1960’s with his very original pop art pieces which he based many on comic strips‚ advertisements or newspapers. These tended to be the main inspiration for his work; this is because the subjects would tend to be exceedingly emotional and melodramatic. He became an idol to the American culture by adding in comic book characters which were very

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    (Hendrickson‚ 2016)‚ Roy Lichtenstein‚ is famous for his series of boldly- colored paintings which parodied comic strips and advertisements. Thanks to his works‚ he was recognised as a leader in the American art world. Hopeless‚ one of his paintings on miserable women‚ is in the collection of the Kunstmuseum Basel. It was finished by Lichtenstein in 1963. The idea was mainly ‘derived from a frame of "Run For Love!" in Secret Hearts‚ no. 83 by Tony Abruzzo’ (Wikipedia‚ n.d.). Roy Lichtenstein‚ along with Andy

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    Pop Art: A Critical Analysis “Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.” (Warhol) Thus summarizes the unique and captivating art style: Pop Art. In a high commercialized world‚ Pop Art emerges as a contending force and took over the world of advertisement. The entrancing world of Pop Art has been a large part of our art culture since the 1950’s. In order to understand Pop Art‚ a close look must be taken towards

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    An Artistic Trend: Pop Art

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    An artistic Trend: Pop Art There are many different types of trends that have changed the world. Cultural trends such as art have created different movements in other areas and it could be possible that cultural trends have changed the attitude of some people too. The trend I choose is the pop art. To understand why pop art is a trend that changed the world in my perspective we should now what is exactly. Pop art is a visual art movement that started in the mid 1950s in Britain and in the late

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    of sequences. Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist during the 1900s. Lichtenstein became a leading figure of the new Pop Art Movement during the 1960s‚ alongside Andy Warhol‚ Jasper Johns‚ and others. Inspired by advertisements and comic strips‚ Lichtenstein’s use of bright colours and techniques borrowed from commercial sources was common within his works‚ which parodied American popular culture and the art world itself in a highly sophisticated way. Although Lichtenstein was often accused

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